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the u.s. should arm rebels. this morning the white house made a revelation that it providing a different kind of help on the ground. tracie pottss jo s joins us fro capitol hill to explain. >> reporter: the president has said no ground troops on the ground. we can do now understand that will this are cia operatives there. the "new york times" reporting and the associated press now backing up that small groups of covert operatives are believed to be on the ground from the cia. the cia as you imagine won't confirm this, but experts say they are probably there for one of two reasons or perhaps both, to gather information intelligence about moammar gadhafi's military to help the air assault effort, or to gather information about the rebels and who they are and who is backing them. the u.s. still trying to decide whether or not to arm those rebels. president obama says he hasn't ruled it out. but they need more information. they appear to be disorganized, disjointed, and part of the concern here on capitol hill is there may be elements of al qaeda or hezbollah backing these rebels. so it appe
of the southwest. which later today will warm us up. right now it's giving us a wind chill down in the 20s. temperatures are in the low 30s right now under a mostly clear sky, 34 at reagan national. we're just a little bit above freezing. look at our wind chills. down from the low to mid-20s. winds gusting 20 to 25 miles per hour. i want will shift into the northwest later today. that will bring in colder air. for right now we have a clear sky and we'll have a southwesterly flow that should warm us up by later today. there's the washington monument under this clear sky. by 9:00 should be in the upper 30s and the breezes will be out of the southwest this morning then shift into the northwest by late this afternoon. but before then by around 2:00 or 3:00 we should warm to mid-to-upper 50s, by 5:00 clear and in the mid-50s after that front goes by, it will be turning much colder tonight. i'll tell you how cold it will get by this time tomorrow morning. that will be coming up at 4:41. now we welcome jerry edwards back. >> good morning. we're doing all right. i-95 corridor, fredericksburg to th
is at the highest level yet, radiation, 3300 times in the water outside the fukushima plant. the u.s. is hoping to help end the disaster. the energy department is sending robots to the plant. they will provide readings, data and help to provide visuals that may be too dangerous for humans. >> the safety of artificial food dyes, those dyes have been deemed safe by the fda. there are new studies that they may be linked to hyperactivity. >> reporter: 7:00, breakfast is in the blender. bananas, strawberries, and a mifin on the side. his mom threw out everything containing artificial flavors and dyes. >> i could tell difference. >> here it is handwriting before the new diet, and then after. yellow 5 and 6, yellow 40, found in chips, pickles and mack and cheese. many doctors, and consumer advocates said there is a link between the dyes and hyperactivity. >> the trigger in some. >> the controversy isn't new. since 1970, now, the fda is changing its opinion. the fda said there is no link, now, suggests that condition may be exacerbate d by dyes and colors. we are always producing the safest possible pr
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